In the early 60s, kayokyoku (popular songs) were often slow to medium ballads about romance in the big city or similar; so called 'mood kayo'. Such songs featured sax or steel guitar, and a bit later in the 60s a lot of echo was added to the vocals to up the atmosphere. The influence of 'group sounds' at the end of the 60s was the impetus for rock rhythms.
Disc 1 : 1. Keiko Fuji / Keiko no Yume wa Yoru Hiraku 2. Yuzo Kayama / Kimi to Itsumademo 3. The Peanuts / Koi no Vacance 4. Hiroshi Mizuhara / Kuroi Hanabira 5. Pinky & Killers / Koi no Kisetsu 6. Shinichiro Hakozaki / Atamino Yoru 7. Takuya Jo / Hone made Aishite 8. Jerry Fujio / Toku e Ikitai 9. Duke Aces / Onna Hitori 10. Chiyo Okumura / Koi no Dorei 11. Masako Izumi, Ken Yamauchi / Futari no Ginza 12. Jun Mayuzumi / Koi no Hallelujah 13. Jacky Yoshikawa / Blue Chateau 14. Tomotko Ogawa / Yube no Himitsu 15. Ken Kuroki / Kiri ni Musebu Yoru
Disc 2 : Sono Mari / Aitakute 2. Ayumi Ishida / Blue Light Yokohama 3. Kiyohiko Ozaki / Mata Au Himade 4. Rumiko Koyanagi / Seto no Hanayome 5. Peter / Yoru to Asa no Aidani 6. Akira Nishikino / Sorani Taiyo ga Arukagiri 7. Fubuki Koshiji / Ai no Sanka 8. Hachiro Izawa / Ah Uenoeki 9. Setsuo Ohashi & Honey Islanders / Shiawase wa Kokoni 10. Saori Yuki / Yoake no Scat 11. Yuko Nagisa / Kyoto no Koi 12. Golden Half / Kiiroi Sakurambo 13. Mirei Kitahara / Zange no Neuchimo nai 14. Ou Yang Fifi / Ame no Midosuji 15. Sakura & Ichiro / Showa Karesusuki